Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Pound Slips on Brexit: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Outside Japan Rise, Oil Extends Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Brexit Begins as EU's Tusk Receives Divorce Papers from U.K.

[Bloomberg] Huishan Turmoil Highlights China's $8 Trillion Shadow Loan Risk

[BBC] Brexit: What do businesses want from Article 50 talks?

[Bloomberg] Rising tide of euroskepticism could force EU to adopt tough stance on Brexit

[Reuters] Spooked by yield rise, ECB wary of changing message again - sources

[Bloomberg] The Dollar Bond Party Comes to Frontier Markets

[WSJ] Republicans’ Tough Call on Taxes: Quick, Short Yardage or Hail Mary?

[WSJ] A Soaring Dollar and Falling Yuan: The Sure Bets That Weren’t

[WSJ] Why China’s Financial Plumbing Is Getting Clogged

[WSJ] Swipe by Swipe, Chinese Smartphone Users Flock to Risky Investments

[FT] US debt markets heat up after brief drought

[FT] Why the Swiss are crossing their fingers the ECB tapers soon

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound With Banks as Crude Advances: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Consumer confidence hits 16-year high; house prices rise

[Bloomberg] Americans Haven't Been This Optimistic About Stocks for Nearly Two Decades

[Reuters] U.S. House committee approves bill to increase scrutiny of Fed

[Reuters] China’s growing corporate-bank nexus is toxic mix

[Bloomberg] Brexit Means Brexit: What the Key Players Said

[NYT] 5 Reasons Trump’s Promised Tax Overhaul Won’t Be So Easy